Ever get a file in AutoCAD Architecture (ACA), aka the software formerly known as Architectural Desktop (ADT), that just had more wall cleanup problems than you knew what to do with? It happens frequently when walls are converted from existing linework or traced from other files. One problem is that the walls can have different end point elevations…and this is really bad for ADT. Rather than fixing each wall one at a time or fixing them within the properties dialog, wouldn’t it be easier if you could simply run a quick macro to fix every wall in the current drawing? I thought so. Thats why I wrote the routines you can download below.
Want to learn how to load the file you can download for your version of ADT?
Then watch this video:
Want to see that video in full size? Try this link:
Want to learn more about how this routine was written? You’ll get the code and all the backgrounder info by reading my AUGI HotNews article from the July 2006 issue. When you are done reading, head back here to download the version specific routines.
Thanks to creative commons and Derek Audette for the background music.